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coldset Web offset printing (non-heatset)

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Coldset Web offset printing (also known as non-heatset) is a Web offset printing process in which ink is allowed to dry naturally through evaporation and absorption. In the alternative method, heatset Web offset printing , ink is dried rapidly by forced-air heating. Web offset printing is a printing process in which a continuous roll of paper is fed through a printing press.

This was last updated in March 2011
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